I just started doing social media for this amazing company a friend of mine runs, Ojai Energetics. They make CBD products that are sourced from hemp plants imported from Europe. This means they can be ordered from any state in the U.S. If you have friends and family who are looking for optimal health and have been curious about CBD, this would make fantastic holiday gifts!
You can order online at http://ojaienergetics.com . Type in the code in the image below to get a discount. P.S. the tincture tastes like rainbows, I'm not kidding. There are superfoods in the tincture that potentiate the effects of the CBD. Science.
Will Kleidon is the CEO. He has been studying plant oils for many years, and is devoted to making a business that supports people and the planet. He created a patented process that encases the oil in water bubbles, so your body can absorb much more of the oil than it otherwise would be able to before it passes through your liver. His team is developing how to target delivery of CBD + other plant extracts to specific systems in your body. This is what happens when smart hippies become CEO's.
Please follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram if you'd like to stay tuned in. I believe in the power of this company to assist with the legalization movement and bring safe access to people.
I've been fascinated at learning the FDA's rules for what can and can't be said about nutritional supplements. I think marijuana will be legalized by the U.S. very soon, but it's astonishing to see the difference between how pharmaceutical research is financed and supported by the government, in comparison to whole natural plants. I mean, I know all this already but getting into the nitty gritty details and having to think about it every time I write online about why CBD is a helpful natural chemical for people's bodies... is another thing entirely.
I hope you'll scoop some of these up and give them a try, and let us know what you think!
For the love of plants,
Today I wanted to share a post I wrote for my visionary art tumblr, which has almost 60,000 followers!
A couple years ago I was at the Rubin Museum in New York City which hosts art made in the Himalayan mountains. I was shocked at how bright the colors were on paintings that were many hundreds of years old. I asked the docent why they were so bright, and she said it’s because the binding they used for the pigments was boiled yak skin. After 2,000 years all the paintings that used that binder go through a breaking down process and all the colors turn either red or black.
Morals of the story: animals are awesome and we should care for and respect them. We don’t have to use plastic to make art. And yaks are beautiful.
Here’s a book that shows you how to make art materials from nature near you! http://www.nickneddo.com/shop/the-organic-artist-book
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